Who Said What in the White House?

Avi Isseroff is the creator of Who Said What in the White House, a presidential history game that shows off his impressive presidential knowledge (and would be a great addition to any American History classroom). We've plucked a few questions from the game for today's quiz. If you'd like to play the real thing, email Avi at whosaidwhatwhitehouse@gmail.com.

1 of 11
Which president wrote the following in a letter?

"The running off of my cook has been a most inconvenient thing to this family, and what renders it more disagreeable, is, that I had resolved never to become the master of another slave by purchase, but this resolution I fear I must break."
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
2 of 11
Two presidents were married while in office. Woodrow Wilson was one. Name the other.
James Buchanan
Grover Cleveland
3 of 11
Which president said the two happiest days of his life were his entrance into the office of President and the day he left office?
Martin Van Buren
James Polk
Benjamin Harrison
4 of 11
Which president's body was exhumed in 1991 and tested for arsenic poisoning?
William Henry Harrison
Zachary Taylor
Warren Harding
5 of 11
Which president said, "Foreign affairs is the only important issue for a president ... who gives a s**t if the minimum wage is $1.15 or $1.25 in comparison to something like this?"
John Kennedy
Richard Nixon
Gerald Ford
6 of 11
Whom did Abigail Adams call "the grandest of all villains"?
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
7 of 11
Who said, "We have arrived to a point where there is no alternative to peace"?
Dwight Eisenhower, referring to the fact that a nuclear war with the Soviet Union would be catastrophic.
Jefferson Davis, referring to the imminent defeat of the Confederacy.
8 of 11
Who said the following: "In the simplest terms, what we are doing in Korea is this: We are trying to prevent a third world war"?
George W. Bush
Bill Clinton
Dwight Eisenhower
Harry Truman
9 of 11
About whom did Thomas Jefferson say, "I feel much alarmed at the prospect of seeing him president. He is one of the most unfit men I know of for such a place"?
Aaron Burr
Andrew Jackson
John Quincy Adams
10 of 11
Who said the following: "My choice in life was either to be a piano player in a whorehouse or a politician, and to tell the truth there's hardly a difference."
Lyndon Johnson
Harry Truman
11 of 11
Which president said, "I like the job I have now, but if I had my life to live over again, I'd like to have ended up a sportswriter."
Ronald Reagan
Richard Nixon
John Kennedy